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The power of an audience response system lies in its ability to solve basic problems and do it simply. Learn two very useful, often overlooked, tips for interactive meetings speakers and presenters.

http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2017/01/how-to-structure-interactive.html


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It’s a common misconception that small meetings do not benefit from the use of Audience Response Technology. Learn the benefits of ARS at small meetings:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/11/why-small-meetings-need-anonymity.html

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With a little effort almost all keypad loss is preventable. It is important to understand who your attendee is a take the appropriate approach. Here are some ideas that might help:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/11/ars-keypad-loss-prevention.html


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Speakers often fear the loss of control, by opening the session to impromptu questions from the audience. But the speaker should decide which questions pertain to the work at hand, and tactfully delay other queries to be dealt with after the session. Here are some quick tips to help with this issue:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/10/tips-for-having-interactive-session.html


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Do you run the same event in style and format every time? Are the events, on the same dates, for the same length of time? Is there ever anything unpredictable, or done just for fun? Why not? Keep Monty Python’s title in mind and save your next meeting from boredom! Here are some great tips:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/10/monty-pythons-lesson-for-meetings.html


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How do I determine the appropriate screen size for my event? What size screen do I need for the audience to be able to read text? Find the answers you need at:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/09/size-matters.html

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TV Audience Voting — from Applause Meters to Funniest Home Videos and American Idol

The original method of empowering an in-house TV audience to vote was an applause meter used to measure sound (applause). The next step (almost three decades ago) was when Quick Tally started wired in-house electronic keypad voting for “America’s Funniest Home Videos”. Now voting is possible on any web enabled device and on a huge scale. What does the future hold?

http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/09/all-tv-show-voting-is-fixed-or-is-it_12.html


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“All TV show voting is fixed!” Or at least that’s what the airport shuttle bus driver was saying. I took my seat and told her that I did most of the Game Show voting -- close to 1,000 shows. You might be interested in my response to her, plus a more in depth view of TV voting.
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/09/all-tv-show-voting-is-fixed-or-is-it.html

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Quick Tally is here to help you avoid these basic mistakes; learn the power of anonymity, the creation of ownership and buy-in, and breaking through barriers at:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-five-top-mistakes-made-at.html
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